Reference numberEL/C2/60
TitleLetter from John Baptista Carbone, dated at Lisbon
CreatorCarboni; Giovanni Battista (1694-1750); Jesuit; teacher of literae humaniores in Chieti and Lecce; teacher of mathematics in Lisbon; rector in Lisbon; royal mathematician in Lisbon
DescriptionDiscussion about the difference between the meridians of Lisbon, Paris and London
Observations of the lunar eclipse and of the satellites of Jupiter witnessed from Lisbon and Paris in 1724 are given
Extent4 sides
Place originLisbon, Lisboa, Portugal
Origin coordinates38.71667, -9.13333
Access statusOpen
URL descriptionAlso available on Early Modern Letters Online
Fellows associated with this archive
NA3522Carbone; Joanne Baptista (- c 1750) - c 1750
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